It must be close to Halloween because the Republicans are bringing out the same old ghosts to scare us with: guns, women's reproductive rights, jobs and taxes. Boo!
Hansen wants to go to Helena and stir up the witch's brew, so to speak. Well by most reports, Montana is doing quite well under the control of the Democrats, so for her to go stir things up would be like Rehberg and Bush stirring up the Clinton surplus — didn't work out so pretty good.
Hutton throws on his huntin' costume and channels Charleton Heston, grabs a Bible totin' pharmacist (probably dressed as Moses) and goes from house to house screaming "pry this gun from cold dead hands." Doesn't he know the words to trick or treat?
Warburton is so set on "no choice," she cares not for the women who suffer the indignities of rape and incest. No parody needed, her views are scary enough.
Witches, voodoo, Nazis, armed revolutions, bigots, bodies without heads, add some people who want to eliminate Social Security and unemployment benefits, and you have a party, a tea party that is. These are the kind of extremists that Rehberg is happy to align himself with. Enough madness.
Please join me in supporting Jack Trethewey, Dana Sapp Seidel, Bob Bergren, Jim Catt, Don Ryan and Dennis McDonald, proven community leaders and supporters. These people representing you will be a treat, no tricks.